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    August 5, 2013
    5:00 - 7:01pm PDT  

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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. a big rig blaze on the bay
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now at five. >> pam: fire on the freeway, chaos for commuters on the bay bridge. three hours three to four hours mucho trafico >> pam: no matter how you say it, the backkup from big rig fire is just now easing up. this is a live look at the bridge traffic now, from treasure island. all lanes now re-opened -- but the lasting impact still being felt. we have a reporter monitoring the conditions for us. but first, catherine heenan >> catherine: is here. to show us how the big rig fire played out this morning. >> catherine: let's look at the scene. this is the view from down below the big rig.as it was still burning. this is westbound 80 - right before the 5th street off- ramp.in downtown san >> catherine: this was such a mess.it might have been 'worse' than a bart strike.in terms of traffic on the bay bridge. >> pam: >> pam: because of a flat tire about 5:45 a-m. he pulled over to the right shoulder and got out -- and spotted smoke coming from the engine. fortunately - he ran away from the truck - because
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only a short time later -- it was engulfed in flames. he was not injured - and the c-h-p calls him 'very the truck had been hauling sushi, rice, vinegar and destroyed. two and three lanes of westbound 80 were closed for hours. let's give you a look at the aftermath. >> catherine: the shell of the truck. it was so badly burned.there's not much left.and the c-h-p says it may never be known why that engine caught fire. pam? >> pam: a live look at traffic on the bridge right now. kron4's charles clifford is there tonight monitoring the commute. charles? -- si >> reporter:the clean up of the debris >> pam: from that fire took nearly nine hours. >> pam: kron 4's maureen kelly explains why crews needed so much time to get rid of the mess. >> reporter:the chp says many steps had be taken to safely remove the charred remains of the big rig. it was so badly burned that it couldn't just be hooked
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up and hauled away because it could have disingrated littering spreading the mess around even further.so instead the semi had to be dismantled. after the fuel was offloaded in to these blue barrels. >> reporter:the tractor and the trailer were separated.the cab going first onto the back of a flatbed tow truck. what was left of the truck's cargo was cleared awayby hand, by shovel.and by a front loaderthe trailer was hauling.rice.which was made heavier after absorbing water from the fireproducts related to sushiand a vinegrette dressingwhich you can see here in these bags.many of the bags burst.giving the caltrans crews a different kind of oil to clean up than they are used to dealing with. sand had to be put down to absorb the salad dressing mixed with water used to put out fireand then sweep up.the trailer.which was mostly just a frame.had to be carefully lifted up.an alley before the freeway was closed with yellow caution tape.in case any of the burned metal broke away. that too went onto another flatbed tow truckand flattened down before being towed away.the bulk gone.caltrans crews could start sweeping up what was left of the sand and debris.the roadway.which had been examined by
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caltrans.to make sure it was structually soundwas reopened at 3p. maureen kelly kron4 news. and we are following a traffic hotspot in cupertino this evening. a sig-alert has been issued >> pam: for northbound state highway - 85 in cupertino. because of a two- car crash. this is video from our helicopterat least one person was transported to a hospital -- with serious injuries. after 3:00 -this afternoon.. south of stevens creek boulevard. at last check just one lane was open. and a developing story tonight. >> pam: another bay area transit strike threat --
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this time it is a-c transit. just tonight -- a notice was given by workers. to alert the public. kron4's haaziq madyun has the details. >> reporter:a 72-hour strike notice has been given to ac transit by its union employees here at atu-local- 192 >> reporter:union leaders say they are concerned over the slow pace of progress made during negotiations since the current contract ended on july 31stwith main sticking points being monetary compensation and healthcare contribution >> reporter:for their partac transit officials say.negotiations are ongoing and they are not sure why the union issued the 72-hour strike notice because from management's perspective significant progress has been madeparticularly in the area of wages and healthcarehowever unless something changesin between now and wednesday at 12:01amac transit's 200,000 daily riders will have no bus service if workers go through with the strikein oakalnd haaziq madyun kron4news
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>> reporter: our team coverage continues now. kron4's terisa estacio reports from the walnut creek bart station. >> reporter: well pam i'd just got off the phone with the governor's office and they tell me that they are hoping that this investigation will lead them down the right past and come to an agreement at this point. still a lot to be done. california governor jerry brown was about to take rank as the call for 7 day investigation for the bart labor dispute. must continue to run during that period. the panel will meet on wednesday by the end of the week issued a report to the governor with their findings. if nothing is done
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or no agreement has been made we may see a strike next week. trains will continue service for another two months. curry agreement will be extended during that time. now if that sixth day since the day cooling-off period the did at local officials to think if the sec and cooling off period should happen. if no agreement is finalized during the 60 days. only one cooling off period can be issued. so it cannot be issued a second time. reporting live in san francisco j.r. stone kron 4 news. >> pam: handed down a major suspension for alex
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rodriguez today. for the use of performance- enhancing drugs. but the yankees slugger has could suit up in team pinstripes - throughout the process. karin caifa looks at the penalties for a-rod, and some other m-l-b stars. >> reporter: 14 time all- star has been suspended without pay for the remainder of the 13 season and all of 2014 the effective thursday august 28th. the suspensions are results of the mlb investigation that has cinches doors. receiving and expecting less the game suspensions. john mcgraw to of the detroit tigers and air cover of the padres.
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>> we want this all of our sport if you want to ban these guys for life we are with you. >> reporter: monday he was he has yet to play and a major league game in 2013 we having for in it from injuries. some yankees fans say rodriguez because he's a riot they felt he was targeted because he was a rock. because he's the highest paid player. making him to be the goat of every day. >> reporter: kron 4 news. >> reporter:a-rod is coming out slugging. here you see the 38-year- old slugger being driven to his team as they prepare for tonight's game against the chicago white sox. rodriguez.who has denied the claims.says he intends to appeal the decision. here's what he had to say
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today. >> obviously disappointed with the news today no point in node no doubt about it. we have to give it our case. a key >> reporter: keep your right here tonight at 6:45. we'll get kron4 sports director gary radnich's take on all the baseball suspensions.coming up in sports. >> jacqueline: back to the immediate coast line the did spot but will be moving again tomorrow morning. at the coast line very cool upper 60s 70's for the north and south bay's and low eighties for portions of our inland valleys. getting cooler as we head into tomorrow and i will have more on how cool it will get it coming up next.
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>> catherine: amazon-dot-com founder jeff bay-zos is buying the washington post and 250- million dollars. he's a man with plenty of money -- and he's buying it as an individual. no help needed. the ceo of the washington post called bay-zos a "uniquely good new owner." bay-zos says he understand's the newspaper's 'critical role' in washington - and says its values won't change. >> catherine: the graham family has owned the newspaper since 1933. >> pam: a terrifying scene in southern california. a car plows through a crowd. >> pam: tonight the man police say was behind the wheel during the rampage. then -- for the first time -- details about a possibly >> pam: imminent terror plot. that has led to the closing of american embassies across the globe. >> pam: but first -- a million dollar lotto ticket sold in the bay area. now people flocking to the seemingly lucky store. hoping to strike it rich.
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>> catherine: he is in jail tonight on a $1 million bail. this is the surveillance video that caught that terrible scene on saturday with 11 and killed 11 people injured. listed closer look uc people enjoy the scene here and then again right across the top of the screen you see the black car with people
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being shoved in front of the car appeared surveillance video from a restaurant highlighted uc people your reacting on this is the man then comes back to his car and guns it after casing the area dunces car right in to the crowd. 38 year-old mason campbell. 38 year-old named ben campbell nate than. >> he drove down the left center down the boardwalk and started driving. people were screaming and dole and it was absolute mayhem. >> the tire started screeching he was looking
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for blood. he was potentially tried to kill >> catherine: 11 and that was killed was an italian woman on her honeymoon their honeymoon in the american her husband tried to push her out of the way it was unsuccessful. >> catherine: letter did some prison stint for shoplifting. >> jacqueline: cooler conditions with temperatures this afternoon. sixers and seven for most locations. away from the coast still in the '80s. it will be dense
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and here is a look at the 6:00 hour. as we move into the afternoon tomorrow of fog will disappear. and we will see on the cooler side for the rest of the week. wall-to-wall fault coverage. as we move into the in o'clock hour not that much clearing. even by the 1:00 hour still hanging on and portions of the north side. so here is a look at the coast with a perfect peace. and the 64 east bay shores as well with low 60s and tell me the and 65 in san leandro. '80s up there
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tomorrow morning with 76 and concord and 78 in pleasanton. eighties in delta and antioch. 72 in sunnyvale, with 71 per mountain view. highway 101 will remain in the '60s with the fault line during but if it clears a little bit earlier we will hit the low seventies. but i do believe it will stay until 1:00 afternoon. and dense fog and drizzle for most of the work week temperatures well below average remember (laughter) (laughter) (laughter)
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>> pam: it's said the odds of lightning striking twice in the same place are very long. but that hasn't stopped people from buying lottery tickets at a certain gas station in milpitas. >> pam: new signs at this arco station at the corner of victoria park drive and landess avenue say it all. on friday the station sold a lottery ticket worth a cool $1- point- one million dollars. the winner has not been announced. >> pam: but now, with wednesday's power ball jackpot at $400- million dollars and counting, the arco station is selling roughly a- thousand tickets every day. >> pam: aside from a modest cut of the proceeds from the ticket sales, the station does not share in saturday's jackpotticket, which had five correct numbers, failed to match the mega number. next --
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>> pam: who is. the most heartbroken jeopardy contestant ever? next --- the misspelling contestant sent home, even though they knew the answer. then -- if she decides to run for president. hillary clinton seems to have a lot of momentum going into the 2016 race but a new poll shows. she is not the *hottest potential candidate. that's ahead.
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>> catherine: >> it was because he misspelled it badly. he placed a copy in their approximately approximation. and for and unfortunately the judges are ruling against it. >> catherine: he later told his local newspaper that sense it has blown up and
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social media that they're less upset about the loss by more upset about how a lecture that and the staff handled it. but their fallen rose but other misspellings to slip through and they're just not caught. . >> jacqueline: it will be foggy and cool through most of the week. i will have your extended forecasts coming up. [ male announcer ] at montrose pet hospital,
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>> pam: next step by 30 that forced the closure of multiple embassies. and then a closer look at the nearly aboard bart strike. could bring down the governor's decision to step in and pure and learning more about the daring and make escape and the help they he may have had to pull
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: american embassies transformed into armed camps across the muslim world. americans abroad warned that a terror attack may be imminent tonight we know what prompted the extraordinary precautions. catherine heenan has the new information out today. >> catherine: here's a look at the nearly two dozen embassies and consulates that will remain closed through the end of this week. the state department says it extended an original one=day closure out of an abundance of caution. today the pentagon revealed the source of the alert. >> catherine: cia and national security agency monitors picked up the message that set off alarm bells across washington. al qaeda leader ayman al=zawahiri, believed to be in pakistan. communicating with the head of al qaeda in yemen about a terror attack. >> catherine: that man, once
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osama bin laden's personal secretary, is reportedly now the second in command in the organization world wide. it >> may well be this a naser al-wuhayshi's coming out party as the number two of al qaeda. >> catherine: the wording indicated the preparations are in the final stages. >>it basically could be in europe. it could be in the united states. it could be a series of combined attacks. so, we need to be ready for everything. >> catherine: the u-s response has gone beyond the worldwide travel warning and closing embassies >> catherine: defense secretary chuck hagel ordered u.s. forces in spain and italy onto a higher state of alert. fifteen- hundred marines on board three navy warships in the red sea will now remain off the coast of yemen, ready to react.
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>> pam: michael duckies here to talk about this and was ahead. >> under the four california government code that allows you to things which each party has requested. they can point up to five members and they have seven days they cannot recommend one way or the other. they can then decide a cooling off period trick which i feel maybe possible in this case. they deny make recommendations on who should get what. but in a self it will been very
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determined of what the public opinion should result. >> pam: is a very unlikely that a bart strike will happen pyrrhic? >> i do because i believe the the governor will put in the cooling off period. it will colin mediators and other people to get it together. but think this report will show a page from the union point of view and low-level bumpy our planes built right now. the p r plainfield right now occurred >> pam: now the governor brought and more concerned
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but, but where is the mass of support a politician to come constituents? >> they are elected by the people of the bay area to represent them on this transit issue. they should be more active and much more at the table. and secondly, the britt the big problem here in terms of the union many of the politicians here are caught between a rock and hard place. >> pam: should be banned for transit officers to go on strike at all? >> i do believe has a shot
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but do not believe that it will pass. >> pam: ok, let's see what happens in the next coming days. michael walkie at what the block. catherine?a new poll tells us about >> catherine: the politicians who are the most popular with voters. at the very top of the list -- new jersey governor chris christie and former secretary of state hillary clinton. >> catherine: 14-hundred registered voters were polled. they were asked to rate more than 20 politicians and other people in the news. they chose numbers going as high as 100 -- to indicate how much they liked someone. >> catherine: republican chris christie was number one -- with 53-point-one points. democrat clinton got 52- point-one. they're the big winners of the survey. but also high on the list -- democratic senator elizabeth warren of massachusetts with just over 49 points. and
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>> pam: police think a mother plotted with her son to break him out of jail. several people now face charges, after surveillance video caught the inmate squeezing through a sliding glass window and racing to freedom. accord >> reporter: into belize report a total of 40 calls for made between a still in her son. with the toast to break free from the jail. >> you think they he went to this they would stay put this guy is a runner and must keep our eyes on him. >> reporter: right before his escape was speaking with his mother appeared his mother asked if he were a
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shield still shackled. few minutes later he jumped out tried to jump out the window. and in a rest ward had been made to tam more of shot the owner of the vehicle. >> typically with any dealings with mr. a stale, he's had possession of firearms. breaking >> reporter: breaking and entering and flame appeared >> pam: a stills mother is scheduled to appear in court for one charge of implementing an escape for an inmate, her son. there is still at large. >> jacqueline: high
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temperatures today but still in the '80s for inland valleys. we are going to cool down a bit. we will take a look at how >> pam: still ahead facebook stock hits and high purity and jet blew adding a new class of seats. of seats. >> pam: and the possibility of having alcohol delivered through the post office.
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living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >> pam: now for today's marketstocks are ending lower after a quiet day of trading on wall street. here are the closing numbers. the dow fell 46 points. the nasdaq edged up three points. the s-and-p 500 fell
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>> pam: it's a good day for facebook. shares of the social networking giant traded above 39 dollars, its highest level ever. last week, shares closed above its initial public offering price of 38 dollars for the first time. facebook went public in may 2012. it's been a long climb back, with shares hitting a low of 17 dollars, 55 cents in the fall. >> pam: airliner jet blue is planning to add first- class seats to some of its flights. >> pam: the new seats will convert to lie-flat beds. >> pam: from the aisle by sliding doors-jet blue is calling those suites. these premium seats will >> pam: come with hot meals and free alcoholic beverages. >> pam: spring.initially on flights from new york to los angeles and new york to san francisco- >> pam: those flights are the two busiest and most profitable flights for airlines in the u-s.
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>> pam: a bottle of wine delivered right to your door step sounds pretty good. and the united states postal service wants to make it a reality, if a century-old law doesn't get in the way. >> thefts previous efforts to or would turn the rule has not gone very far but the post office is desperate for money. the agency is lost $16 billion/year. exhausted is a fine of credit from the treasury. the main post office is required by law to make $5 billion in annual payments to the recovery of fun. fund. as more people have
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come as more americans have onto e-mail vs snail mail. >> >> reporter: it also needs to be a whole set of rules to make sure people under 21 will not receive the package is as well. and sent ashen. >> jacqueline: you are looking at temperatures on the left and the average temperature which should be on the right. 11 degrees below where we should be in santa rosa. 73 in san jose, 65 in oakland and all well below temperatures for this time jeter. drizzle at the coast line into tomorrow it the fault will clear. so
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let's take up less take a look at the spot for tomorrow. we will not see a lot of clearing at the and o'clock hour.
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>> pam: looked at the back up at the toll bridge will be in a long of course there's a giants game to consider some of the track is likely going to the game. >> reporter: coming up on the interstate 80 as we look at corporal violations. people behaving badly >> pam: then as six justin beepers on triage was part of a club wahl.
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look at 'em.
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living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
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(male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> reporter: during the morning commute between 5:00 a.m. at 10:00 a.m. three people are on the car. >> reporter: i met with officer hill. outside of being in a car pulled illegally some of the drivers are cheating in morning and coming into the front of the line and cutting back then. in moving the violation. >> you when a car pool was not enough people >> reporter: everyone seems to have an excuse as to why they're in the carpool lane
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without the right number of passengers. the driver of this gray honda was one of these people. i western japan and jump back out of the line. i watched him. there is one small problem of the rear end it story because the lady was in the beginning in front of the car. >> reporter: not owning was caught in the carpool lane and tried to get over he was missing a few things >> you have no license, no registration and no insurance and you are in the carpool lane. >> reporter: i suggest you stay below the radar. but wait there's more. >> you now have a license for another license you would have would be suspended anyway. ? you're
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driving un suspended license when with no car insurance and you are indeed carpool lane with the wrong with all passengers. >> pam: e-mail us at people behaving badly at kron4 that come. >> jacqueline: we are going to see a dense fog for the next couple of days more on that coming up. ♪
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talk to an allstate agent. >> pam: now at six. one truck fire. commuters stuck on the bay bridge. >>two hours three hours the traffic was just a mess, huh? yeah it was >>all this on a day when drivers thought they'd dodged the backup from a bart strike. (male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: this is a live picture of traffic near the bay bridge. >> pam: a fire of a semi- truck carrying asian food supplies stopped traffic for hours -- and we're now dealing with the aftermath. >> pam: add a giants game, normal rush hour traffic and last a while. kron-4's charles clifford is live on yerba buena island -- over looking the bay bridge.
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and charles -- what does it look like right now? >> reporter: this accident happened around 545 this afternoon. one of the creek got a flat tire reporter upper announcement coming from underneath the truck then bursting into flames. shot from below the freeway. the blaze completely destroyed the semi.the chp they may never know exactly why the started. >> reporter: talk to some folks who stated that their normal commute time tripled >> it was very difficult bomb believe everyone is
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just glad that they're all ok and can get through. >> it was a terrible terrible stranded like this long time. >> reporter: back live now. its prodigal with the state like that for some time because of a giants game at 715. so do not expecting to speed up to now too soon. >> pam: >> pam: clean up of the debris took nearly nine hours.much of that time spend getting the cab and trailer separated and up on to two flat bed tow trucks. a chp spokesperson says one reason the clean up took so long was because extend of the damage to the
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>> it would have nearly fallen apart. and that would have been a whole other problem. "of problems" >> pam: the truck was hauling rice, products related to making sushi, and bags filled with vinegar dressing. many of those bags popped.making the roadway slick. caltrans workers put down sand to absorb the liquid and sweep up before reopening the lanes. >> pam: the bart strike has been averted. but there's still no deal. here's the latest. governor jerry brown steps in and orders a seven-day investigation into the negotiations. that means bart trains will continue running -- at least says for the next
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seven days. the panel involved in the investigation consists of three people. with the lead investigator being jacob applesmith -- a senior adviser to the governor. the investigation is expected to be wrapped up by sunday, and its findings governor will order a 60-day cooling off period. >> pam: but what does it mean for commuters -- after the week is over? could there be another strike? kron-4's j-r stone is live at the embarcadero bart station in san francisco. and j-r -- there are a number of possiblities here. >> reporter:the governor issued this investigation last night around 10 pm so that will keep trains going for 7 days. the board members he appointed with will meet with those from bart on wednesday. they'll also meet with union members this week as well. that panel will then give their findings to the governor he could issue a 60 day cooling off period in court. that would keep trains going for another two months while negotiations continue. i've been told by those in jerry
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brown's office that he could only do that once. today there were no negotiations and at this point there aren't any scheduled meetings between the two sides. >> reporter: there is some talk about bringing an arbitrator to finish this deal. so that is something that would happen down the road. it could happen down the row but again right now only in talks. j.r. stone kron 4 news. >> pam: while the bart strike didn't happen for a second time in a month, riders couldn't have been happier with the news. there were several riders who took other forms of transportation. >> i'm glad you did i am very very glad he did. >> pam: some didn't know about the governor's intervention. others made plans sunday
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night to get in and out of the city. >> pam: bay area residents knw about all of the other options available for a bart strike, but tourists aren't quite so lucky. >> pam: kron-4's terisa estacio spoke with some who were very afraid a strike would not only derail their plans, but also cost them plenty of money. >> reporter: a group of people that had had it been a head trip. city money for months to visit alcatraz island i >> i did not know how we would get there. the thing is we will have already purchased the tickets and
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that is a lot of money. so to cancel and not go past a lot of money for 311 year- old kid spirit >> reporter: the group from austria says the group chevron states that it was a very stressful weekend to see if the trains would be working. what would have happened if the bart strike had happened how will that impact you all? >> it would have been a two hour drive and and that. we were really upset the entire week. >> reporter: are your thoughts at the governor's stepping at the last minute? >> i am so thankful. we were hoping for that all weekend. >> pam: while bart riders avoid a strike this week.ac transit's 180-thousand passengers are facing a
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thought >> pam: today a-t-u local- 192 gave notice.union officials say they are not satisfied with the pace of progress in current contract ended back on july 31st.ac transit sure why the strike notice was given as negotiations are ongoing.saying from their persective significant progress was made over the weekend in both monetary compensation and healthcare >> pam: the f-b-i suspects that a group of bank robbers struck again last week. after multiple bank robberies in the past few months. police say a group of at least three men executed the earlier heists in millbrae and san francisco in april and june. these are pictures from those robberies. last thursday's armed robbery in the city's richmond district is believed to involve four male suspects. >> pam: while police say there are two suspects in wednesday's bank robbery on
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ocean avenue. the f-b-i will release more information on the investigation later this week. chevron is paying two- >> pam: million dollars in fines and restitution in connection to last year's refinery fire in the city of richmond. >> pam: the california attorney general's office and contra costa d-a's office charged chevron with failing to fix deficient equipment. as well as lacking measures to protect their employees. chevron pleaded no contest. investigators say a corroded pipe caused the fire, which happened one year ago tomorrow. the blaze sent thousands of people to the hospital. >> pam: the company says it is committed to improving safety at the refinery. >> jacqueline: from our roof cam in san francisco low cloud cover pushing again appeared widespread until tomorrow morning. temperatures: in yesterday's sitting in the '60s for the most part. at the coastline
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temperatures are only in the '50s. move back and a drizzle at the coast line clearing will take a look at those temperatures in your neighborhood coming up. >> pam: still to come. wednesday's drawing for powerball is at a whopping 400 million dollars! we'll show you where the bay area is flocking to get a chance at the big prize. the mayor of san diego is out of the office. what he's doing -- and whether it will save his job. >> catherine: and shocking video out of tampa. three students on a school bus brutally beat up another teenager. why the bus driver is in trouble. as the kron-4 news at six continues. >> pam: at eight. john fenoglio speaks with fans about the suspensions handed down by major league baseball in the performance enhancing drug scandal -- including the one for alex rodriguez. >> pam: hear what they have to say -- tonight on the kron-4 news at eight
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>> pam: new at 6. sales of lottery tickets in advance of wednesday's next power ball drawing are booming. perhaps nowhere more so than in milpitas. kron four's rob fladeboe explains how would-be millionaires are flocking to the gas station where somebody won a million dollars over the weekend.
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>> i say i'm going to be the next one! >> reporter: this woman and other patrons of the arco station at park victoria drive and landess avenue want to believe that lightning can and does strike twice in the same place. >> reporter:that's right. on saturday, somebody, we still don't know million dollars, even though he or she missed the mega 'millionaire made here' sign went up on sunday, the station sold a thousand tickets and expects more of same through wednesday when the powerball jackpot could exceed $400 million dollars. >> reporter:donna gomez then bought $20 dollars worth and this man, who want's to remain
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anonymous, you know, just in case, has a system. a system, a lucky gas station, whatever it takes, says one in milpitas rob fladeboe kron 4 news >> just get lucky and now? >> but the 50. >> catherine: in national news. it's been said that admitting that you have a problem is the first step toward recovery. for san diego mayor bob filner, well, he is he says is intensive behavioral therapy for a series of sexual harassment claims by nine women. he's set to also be grilled by attorneys in a lawsuit brough by his former
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communications director -- who claims he asked her to work without panties. >> catherine: one sessions to get to the root of the problem. and it's also going to cost somewhere in the thousands of dollars for a two-week program -- like filner is doing. the san diego mayor is paying for it out of his own pocket. >> jacqueline: high temperatures today largely in the '60s and '70s bart only 59 in redwood city fell. we were in the '80s in concord, 84 in pleasanton and 83 in livermore. we will see that we are well below what we should be for this time of year. a decrease to
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below where we should begin in concord and san jose and several degrees cooler for hayward. the fall return and drizzle near the coast line. will be even cooler in the afternoon. below average temperatures are we going to be >> jacqueline: as we move into the 8:00 hour when we are not seen whole lot of clearing. still hanging on to the clear cup cloud coverage. and several cisco and a course near the close . running largely in 70's 73 for los gatos. in 71 for san jose. 76 and concord and 78
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for pleasanton. for the coastline only in the upper 50s. and '60s it up high one-on-one. >> jacqueline: we will start the warm-up some. an early next week. >> pam: major league baseball has handed down suspensions for 12 players. but everyone wants to know how long alex rodgriguez will be out. gary will have it all coming >> catherine: >> catherine: teenager on a florida school bus has people wanting answers. why the bus driver didn't stop the fight -- coming up next.
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bethought >> catherine: a shocking school bus beating in florida wasit shows a 13- year-old boy fellow students. all of the teens involved in the attack have been charged surfacing about the only the school bus driver doc-n-n's pamela brown has the story. >>moody: ".no you gotta get somebody here quick quick quick quick. they about to beat this boy to death over here. please get somebody here quick. and they're still doing it. there's nothing i can do." >> reporter:school bus driver john moody looks on in horror, pleading with the dispatcher to send someone to stop the vicious attack. >>moody:"i got a fight, i need help in a hurry. i need help in a hurry got a fight." >> reporter:police say three 15-year-olds attacked the 13-year-old after he told school officials that one had tried to sell him drugs. >>nats sound "help. help" >> reporter:old's cries for
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help as he's mercilessly punched and stomped. >> reporter: broke the victim's arm and stole his money. >> reporter:the three boys were arrested on aggravated battery charges. according to pinellas county school policy--the driver is not required to intervene -- only to call dispatch. moody says he was too afraid to step in: >>"the three boys just jumped on him and started pounding on him and i did all can. i was looking. it was like i was in shock. i was petrified." >> reporter:pinellas county leaves it up to the driver -- but many counties actually forbid drivers from physically stopping fights. >> reporter: gulfport police say moody won't face charges -- but that the 64-year-old -- who retired just two weeks after the beating -- could have done more: >>"there was clearly an opportunity for him to intervene and or check on the welfare of the children or the child in this case and he didn't make any effort to do so."
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>> reporter: was not an option -- moody says he's haunted by the attack -- wondering if he could have done more. >> bad. i wanted to help him so bad, i wanted to help him." >> reporter:when asked why moody faces no charges -- the state's attorney said: "it wasn't like he was and the attorney also downplayed the victim's "the kid got up and skedaddled out the door." >> reporter: only problem in 18 years of >> pam: still to come. just when you thought the anthony weiner scandal couldn't get any more crazy, it has. ♪
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was sent to prison for life plus a thousand years. >> pam: drivers in the bay area are still suffering a traffic happened over 12 hours ago! we'll recap all of our top stories, including the big rig fire, coming up next. what is it? i will show you in the next addition of people being badly coming not! coming up
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some cases. >> pam: let's recap all of our top stories -- beginning with kron-4's charles clifford. >> reporter: if you take a look to my left you will see the upper deck to the bay bridge. which is still slow going more than nine hours after a big brick fire early monday morning. shutting down two to three lanes of the bridge for several hours causing a backup's extending well into the east bay. charles clifford kron 4 news. >> reporter:continuing our coverage the cleanup of that big rig fire took hours >> reporter:the tractor trailer was so badly burned that the chp believed it would literally fall apart if they towed it away.so the cab and trailer were separated and put on to flat bed trucks and hauled away. caltrans also had to put
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down sand.not because fuel spilled.but because the truck had been hauling some kind vinegar dressing.which would have made the road too slick for cars. and that sandas well as the rest of the debris.had to be swept before the lanes could be reopened. maureen kelly kron4 news >> reporter: he then could order a 60 day cooling off period to keep trains going for another two months port also talk and sacrament to bring me any arbitrator but at this point it is only talk coming from lawmakers. reporting in sampras's " j.r. stone kron 4 news. >> reporter: one of the busiest stations in the system. writers who had to face the strike the last time around had to take buses into the city to get to work and that made for a
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very want to meet. they are very happy that the governor stepped and to avert a strike at a last minute. but they are also frustrated and like both sides to come to a compromise so that they will not have to deal with a man potential strike in the future. kron 4 news >> reporter: here in oakland and 72 strike notice has been giving to local 192. wednesday 12 01 is the deadline. mechanics and bus drivers will walk off the job unless significant measures have been made. and will continue to work on an agreement as negotiations are ongoing >> reporter: >> reporter: on saturday in
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tickets sold friday at the station on all levels ave and earning $1.1 million to its anonymous owner. it will be at least 400 million power ball and ticket sales to hear arborist to say the least. in milpitas kron4 names. (male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> reporter: of traffic is a not only dangerous it's a violation of state law and could land you a ticket or worse cause a wreck >> reporter:however if you spend any amount of time at
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the bay common practice >> reporter: george rask on the kron 4 morning news >> reporter:nat: but a slow trip here at >> reporter: this one here try to merge into traffic illegally and would send emails to me on a regular basis >> yes >> reporter: it is a moving violation is the same ticket you will get for driving too slow. but that is entirely different segment. not knowing belote is no excuse to bring it into other people's safety at risk. and
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by the way the minimum fine is $280.10. on your driver's record. in oakland stanley roberts kron 4 news. >> pam: >> jacqueline: temperatures live widespread for '60s and '70s. as we head into the next several days we will see widespread fog and drizzle near the coast by tomorrow morning. and this is going to help cool things down more tomorrow morning. temperatures fell several degrees cooler for your tuesday antioch '60s and '70s for north bay in bay shore spirit for the rest of the week it will stay foggy and the low average temperatures so here is a look at the extended forecast. cooler tomorrow
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and cooler into wednesday things will stay way below average. closer to the average this time of year. >> pam: spoken. 12 players -- including alex due to their participation in a drug scandal. so why isgary will explain later in sports. >> pam: what does a stevie nicks song have to do with anthony weiner's sexting partner? kron-4 news at six o'clock. for over 60,000 california foster children,
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>> pam: of temple and a verbal spat was someone in
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the club. no doubt on the concrete and later hospital was there publicist told the daily news that the singer was not involved any altercations. >> pam: sydney leather's bears all. she talks about our relationship with winter. but his poll numbers have gone down dramatically after revelations the he continues sex thing after stepping down from his seat in congress. >> pam: is of course the big news alex rodriguez joined others and suspension. what's next for a riot gear have more coming up
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>> gary:
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(male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >> gary:some people are calling >> gary: like him again. was this a ploy? >> gary: he is on and to play until his appeal is heard. >> you deny the use enhancement drugs? >> we will talk about it then. obviously disappointed with the news today no question about it. what we always fought for is the process of direct and i think that we have that. and at some point we will sit in
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from of the carter and given our case spirit of head to his surgeons and knee surgery center and fighting for my life. i have to defend myself. this is america and have an opportunity to defend yourself. michael also americans will have a chance to defend themselves and of the process and not leave us what we have here today and i do believe i will have my day. >> gary: what about his teammates reaction? >> to measure in molinos was happening spirit >> if he's here he's born to play really doesn't change anything for us. if she's helping feel good we expect for him in the conduct of the want 1 to play him. >> gary: and believe he was on the field tonight. that
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is an end chicago spirit his birthday that he blew a base hit. rodriguez this is his first game after missing 110 this season. after recovering from in hip injury. >> gary: i haven't thought about this until late this afternoon. and here is once again, if he is 30 years old and you have other contracts with that of you things followed the protocol. with no sir, yes sir. and then this began the he will never sign another contract and he will make $300 million the rest of the year. in a perfect world he will go a mile and started it was all my fault. i will never play again and retire. no he will get as much money as the kent and this is it
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accurate you can't argue with the fact, that he is wrong in my numerous times and no one can trust tam and no one would give him another contract. but when you see him fighting in yes, he loves the game. but now this is a money deal. and if he just was on his own. and takes the suspension he would never get another deal and he comes back after a year in the half he will not be able to walk and he will grab as much as he can now. in a year in and have won the suspension holds up and the appeal is denied he will return in force them to pay him off or give me my money if your old 100 mandelas would you go quietly? >> pam: no (laughter)
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>> gary: he has three sets of lawyers and he has the money to fight it. >> pam: the team he has a chance? >> gary: no, now! not at all. he is a liar. >> gary: you can tell me now and on justin and you are a better man than me. and that the police tonight's edition of if you had $100 million what would you do? >> gary: lets go digital with the 49ersthe 49ers open the pre-season thursday --- and thereturn to index of stori
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justic playbook and video for practice. the 49ers, i am telling you! know how long it would take for you get a beer, or go to the bathroom because everything >> i'm down mud it today's practice and at the watch where they are. keep the get the ipad out and much sobol video nom that is how i chill now. >> gary: that's how he chill's now. he is on the ropes in seek a eight investigating that he took money to sign autographs today texas eight and m head media day and mandel was not to be found. his port coach
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as usual have to talk to the heisman trophy winner. >> in the last of 4024 hours, we've become aware of that situation and we would deal with it accordingly. >> gary: all right, thanks for nothing there. >> gary: his parents are multimillionaire rhythmic oil people. and heisman trophy won and had to 10,000 policies at the that his parents purchased for him they have the finances not to get shoved around. it goes back to what we say all the time appeared if this guy is spending an hour a
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day is signing football. i defend all again, suspend him for the first to give us the major he's back for the third game against alabama. so did not suspend him to three games. >> catherine: i am supposed to ask you about rodriguez's but to convert it covered it! pete >> gary: when we come back gary radnich does hockey with catherine heenan next!
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